Since the subject of the Super Ten was raised recently, I acquired a cheap second hand example to have a good look at. The rifle is a Mk2 action, but had been fitted with a Mk1 stock as a previous owner had attempted to modfiy the Mk2 stock but had messed it up.
So what do I think of the rifle - well I have never had much contact with these rifles before so I was actually quite pleasantly surprised at the quality of the construction and its performance on the range.
The main action body appears to be an alloy extrusion that is finished in a satin black anodising. The rifle is regulated and in .177 calibre will give in excess of 100 shots from a 200 bar fill, the maximum fill pressure being 232 Bar.
Consistency over the chrono was very good with shot to shot variations staying well under 10fps. On the range this translated to 50 metre groupings under 20mm - well up to the requirements of the hunting use this rifle is primarily designed for.
The trigger on the rifle is a two-stage design featuring an adjustable post and shoe type trigger blade. The overall performance from the unit is well above what you might expect and would not be out of place on a full blown FT rifle. A very positive safety catch is located on the right hand side of the action, with the operating catch located in a slot on the stock.
Will add some more comments on this shortly.
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